I Wore Digital Clothes For A Week

I Wore Digital Clothes For A Week

HELLO FRIENDS!! So, a couple of months ago I got this ad on facebook for “digital fashion” – which, as a weird fashion lover, piqued my interest. So, I decided to use the DressX digital fashion service and “wear” digital clothes every day for a week to see how it turned out — and then I posted those pictures to instagram to see what you all thought of my virtual digs! Which outfit from this week was your favorite?

You can check out DressX’s website here!

Quick note — these looks that we bought are *not* NFTs, and most of DressX’s looks are not NFTs — (the ones in the app are also not NFTs) — they seem to dipping their toes into that space, but for now it’s mainly just photoshopping individual images!

Also, the shots in the art museum were taken in the middle of the summer, when mask mandates were lifted!

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Safiya Nygaard
Tyler Williams
Nez Covington
Jordan Schneier

GFX by Dayana Espinoza

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44 Responses

  1. Safiya Nygaard says:

    HELLO FRIENDS!! i hope you guys enjoy our romp into digital fashion!! honestly, even though i started off thinking it was kind of dumb — i ended up liking some of the looks we ended up with 👀 lol don’t kill me. what do you guys think of our digital looks?? also, just to clarify — these looks that we bought are *not* NFTs, and most of dressx’s looks are not NFTs — they seem to dipping their toes into that space, but for now it’s mainly just photoshopping individual images! xoxo, saf

  2. Safiya & Tyler says:

    Once we they have the digital fashion line for pets we’ll have to do part 2 with Crusty.

    • Dae Sayuki says:

      Re read “we” and “they”… so confused. Then realised who wrote the comment 🥸🥸🥸

    • Patrick says:

      Please don’t add animal cruelty into this bad concept. Let this not become a trend where people waste their money on this!!! Young girls in particular already struggle enough with how they look or how others look on social media and have/feel serious pressure to keep up with trends or being ‘fashionable’ without being exposed to such a toxic and damaging concept as this photoshopped clothes idiocy! This isn’t a trend and only becomes a trend when an influencer abuses their position of power and trust to make people feel like they need this in their lives-please don’t become those abusive influencers Saf and Tyler you are better than this

    • ʀ ᴏ ꜱ ᴇ-Vlog Go to My Channel says:

      It’s a super fun concept until I realised that one still has to pay a decent amount of money for basically nothing, lol

  3. Alexander Tome says:

    Seems like an idea that exceeds the capabilities of mass technology at this time. I’ve seen this pulled off really well in the fashion industry for quite a number of years, but it’s generally accomplished by extremely proficient photoshop artists, 3D modelers and skilled photographers that know how to photograph specifically for an edit. There’s definitely a workflow that starts before the camera even gets turned to the model for this to become the sublime imagery that this product wants to be.

    • Alexander Tome says:

      @Lynn JustLynn yeah, it’s a very bad rate, and that doesn’t even include the commission to the designer, who I presume gets a percentage, probably in the 20-30% range, I’m guessing, then the company takes their cut, THEN the retoucher gets paid. It’s possible they’re not even paying based on commission and could be outsourcing to a retouching house, which could be essentially an unregulated sweatshop depending on where it’s located.

    • Dangsoo D says:

      I make little edits like this for my job, where I make mockups. I know how long this would take, and where corners were cut. This makes me think they have a full time design staff – no way else they would be able to charge this low. They likely have a 3d “person” template which they pose over the photo and then do some minor retouching. I bet the expensive one went to the lead designer.

    • Kyosumari says:

      100% – couldn’t have said it better myself.

    • ʀ ᴏ ꜱ ᴇ-Vlog Go to My Channel says:

      I love this concept for enabling designers to fully go wild with their creativity and make garments that needn’t conform to the constraining laws of physics, and I can totally see this as something that would be amazing for influencers and photographers to use instead of wasting clothing. I also imagine for new designers who maybe don’t have the money to bring their clothing to life irl, this could allow them to profit off their work anyway, which is rad.

      However, I don’t really see how it’s useful for the average person, since most people want to actually wear they things they buy multiple times, but there’s nothing wrong with this being more a tool for artists/aspiring artists I guess.

  4. Aurora Sun says:

    I think the main market is influencers. They can easily access perfectly fitted high end outfits in a single photoshoot. I’ve heard of some of them buying and then returning clothes just for a shoot.

    • Midnight Moon says:

      That’s what I was thinking, it just doesn’t make sense for the general public. Why pay $40 for a single photoshopped picture?

    • Stettafire says:

      @Midnight Moon To be honest a lot of influencers have some photoshop experience, so they’d probably do a better job. Buying the assets normally would probably be cheaper.

    • Jade Greenwood says:

      high end outfits i think they all look terrible

    • bestnarryever says:

      Yeah!! I wouldn’t even say some, I’ve heard from a lot haha I have a photographer friend and she told me about one who just returns hundreds of outfits per month just to take photos

  5. Alice Warnick says:

    this concept is absolutely horrifying in all contexts EXCEPT for those girls on tiktok that call themselves fAsHiOn InFlUeNcErS but just buy thousands of dollars of shein and throw it all away within a week. 100% support this for THEM.

  6. Hipyo Tech says:

    $1000 for a virtual dress… it better come with friends or something

  7. HeyItsCettefille says:

    This makes me irrationally angry it’s literally just the emperor’s new clothes lmao

  8. Tictac Maybeau says:

    What hurts about the editing is that they could’ve fixed some lighting aspects and toned down the clothes colors (or amplified the first photo I guess) and it would’ve looked so much more natural

  9. Ellie•Is•Awkward says:

    Ok, so as an art student who works with photoshop quite a bit: this is horrid. so they have a 3D model, and they’re just laying it over and removing small parts for your hair and whatnot, but they literally do nothing but rely on posing their 3D model. they don’t seem to even try to fix the lighting and tones well, so it just looks bad. $200 could possibly be justified IF they took the time to actually make it work well with the pic and make it almost like an art piece, but they don’t. They probably have a software that renders it on and they hope for the best. It’s a nice idea, but they REALLY need to work on the execution.

    • Giu Alonso says:

      @tokoshie so they shouldn’t offer it for 35 bucks! it’s like someone selling you a house for 50 dollars then delivering a cardboard box. If you can’t deliver the product you are selling on the price point you are selling it for, then you should charge more.

    • Sonia DiOrio says:

      Absolutely agreed. They’re trying to keep the price down to keep with the whole cheaper than real life thing, but they’re ignoring the fact that you then have to pay that or more to make it look realistic! Might as well just buy the clothes in real life. At least then you could take multiple photos

    • Toph says:

      Right! I kept thinking that if the lighting was altered or something it would look 1000x better

    • tokoshie says:

      @Giu Alonso Honestly it’s more like buying a 3 dollar make-up palette on Wish and expecting the same quality as a 50 dollar palette from Mac. Pay artists properly, is all I’m saying.

  10. Dam says:

    This gives me big ‘early 2010’s bad Flash-based website’ and ‘Second Life’ vibes. Like, futuristic and really dated looking at the same time? lol, I don’t know, all the graphical fashions look really dated (tech-wise, not fashion-wise).

    • Snow says:

      You only look dated in Second Life of you pick dated looking items.

    • Beware the Lily of the Valley says:

      I said IMVU, lol. Wow, I’ve not signed into my account on there in forever…

    • Giu Alonso says:

      @reeree’s here ♡ hahahahahaha YESSSSS

    • Louis JK🔻 says:

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